|Kansas Progressive Caucus, 2010 - Radio Free Kansas|
Hear Kansas state political candidates and speakers before the Kansas Progressive Caucus meeting in Topeka, Ks. 2010 during the Kansas Demofest. While the KPC is a recruiting arm of the Kansas Democratic Party, it allows membership to those who are not members of that particular political party. Radio Free Kansas has produced more than 300 shows since 2007 across the worldwide net and has included distinguished guests, authors, historians and political activists...
Keywords: popular; cultural; new journalism; progressive; radio; kansas
|This Can't Be Happening! - Radio Free Kansas|
This Can't Be Happening became a news collective around May 1st, 2010, it is located at www.thiscantbehappening.net. Join one our favorite RFK guests, award winning investigative journalist Dave Lindorff, known among many listeners, as he and his co-conspirators come on the show. This program originally aired May 8th, 2010 on our popular Saturday High Noon segment. From the announcement at the remodeled This Can't Be Happening site: "While all four of us will be reporting on the stories that we ...
Keywords: popular; cultural; new journalism; progressive; gonzo; radio; kansas
|Rag Radio 11-10-2009 / Journalism Professor Mercedes Lynn de Uriarte - Rag Radio with Thorne Dreyer|
-A conversation with Mercedes Lynn de Uriarte. A discussion of journalism and journalism education in America. The guest discusses her personal history in journalism, the question of diversity in the news media and gender relations in the educational system. Guest: •Mercedes Lynn de Uriarte – Associate Professor in Journalism, Latin American Studies, and Women’s Studies at the University of Texas-Austin...
Keywords: -Journalism, Education, University of Texas, New Journalism Project, The Rag Blog
|ERIC ED352677: Existentialism in New Journalism. - ERIC|
In 1977, John C. Merrill, a mass communication scholar, found that many scholars believed that the sixties movement of new journalism is in some way related to existentialism. To find this out, a study identified six main themes of the philosophy of existentialism (as espoused by Jean-Paul Sartre) and looked for the presence of these themes in the works of two "new journalists." Twenty-eight pieces of writing by Gay Talese and Norman Mailer that appeared in "Esquire" from 1962 to 1968 were analy...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Authors; Discourse Analysis; Existentialism; Intellectual History; New Journalism; News Writing; Periodicals; Popular Culture
|ERIC ED356482: Ethnography as a Composition Research Genre: Establishing a Methodological Center for Assessing Writing Programs. - ERIC|
The late Donald C. Stewart's assertion that "the era of the cognitive psychologists is waning; the era of the social constructionists is just beginning" drew attention to a major ontological and epistemological shift in composition studies. This shift demanded a methodology to accommodate it. Some composition researchers have considered ethnography, a methodology appropriated from anthropology, as an alternative...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Anthropology; Constructivism (Learning); Ethnography; Higher Education; New Journalism; Program Evaluation; Research Methodology; Writing Instruction
|ERIC ED334257: A New Use for New Journalism: Humanizing the Case Report. - ERIC|
It is argued that expressive writing strategies, particularly those used by New Journalists, may eventually serve as models for case reporting in social science research. New Journalism refers to a movement begun in the 1960's that strives to reveal the story hidden beneath surface facts. It involves the use of fictive techniques applied to the description of real events and real people. Many people have seen a strong connection between social science and New Journalism...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Case Studies; Data Analysis; Evaluation Methods; Literary Devices; New Journalism; Social Science Research; Technical Writing; Writing (Composition)
|ERIC ED284221: Readers' Readings: Applications of Reader-Response Theory. - ERIC|
In the interest of applying reader response theory to journalism this paper posits that readers of newspapers, like readers of literature, take an active role in making meaning from the articles they read, rather than passively accepting news as a finished, static product. Additionally, it proposes that journalism textbooks pay little attention to the role of the reader, hence affecting the way future journalists will write...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Journalism Education; New Journalism; News Reporting; News Writing; Newspapers; Reader Response; Reader Text Relationship; Reading Comprehension; Reading Research; Textbook Bias; Theory Practice Relationship
|People United 2014 Jan 24 - Allan Campbell|
This episode of KOOP Radio's People United features Thorne Dreyer and Alice Embree on activism and the alternative press in Austin, Texas, during the 1960s and 1970s. They spoke at MonkeyWrench Books in Austin on January 30, 2013.
Keywords: People United; 91.7 FM; KOOP Radio; Austin TX; community radio; Thorne Dreyer; Alice Embree; activism; alternative press; underground press; underground newspaper; independent media; journalism; free speech; assembly; participatory democracy; public space; social space; campus; geography; students; University of Texas at Austin; Students for Democratic Action; Students for a Democratic Society; Port Huron Statement; Gentle Thursday; The Daily Texan; Red River Women's Press; Fly By Night Press; The Rag; Rag Reunion; The Rag Blog; Rag Radio; New Journalism Project; technology; offset printing; internet; counterculture; civil rights; war; anti-war; soldiers; veterans; cooperative; collective; housing; transportation; solidarity; movement; liberation; gay; women; feminism; gentrification; segregation; desegregation; economic; gender; racial; social; justice; black; Chicano; United Farm Workers; Brown Berets; Juarez-Lincoln University; East Austin; Vietnam; El Salvador; Nicaragua; Chile; Oleo Strut; Under the Hood Cafe; Killeen; Houston; Space City News; KPFT; Texas; United States; 1960s; 1970s; history; current events